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Spontaneous reperfusion in patients with transient ST-elevation myocardial infarction - prevalence, importance and approaches to management
Patients with transient ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) or spontaneous resolution (SpR) of the ST-segment elevation on electrocardiogram could potentially represent a unique group of patients posing a therapeutic ...
Fibrinolysis in platelet thrombi
The extent and duration of occlusive thrombus formation following an arterial atherothrombotic plaque disruption may be determined by the effectiveness of endogenous fibrinolysis. The determinants of endogenous fibrinolysis ...
Assessment of endogenous fibrinolysis in clinical using novel tests - Ready for clinical roll-out?
The occurrence of thrombotic complications, which can result in excess mortality and morbidity, represent an imbalance between the pro-thrombotic and fibrinolytic equilibrium.The mainstay treatment of these complications ...
Thrombotic complications in 2,928 patients with COVID-19 treated in intensive care: a systematic review
A prothrombotic state is reported with severe COVID-19 infection, which can manifest in venous and arterial thrombotic events. Coagulopathy is reflective of more severe disease and anticoagulant thromboprophylaxis is ...
Precision treatment in ACS – role of assessing fibrinolysis
Despite advancements in pharmacotherapy and interventional strategies, patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) remain at risk of recurrent thrombotic events. In addition to an enhanced tendency to thrombus formation, ...